Marcus Deml

Prague-born Deml grew up in Germany, where he founded his first band (Quest) at the tender age of 16. After completing his schooling he moved to the USA, studying at the Guitar Institute of Technology in Los Angeles alongside luminaries such as Larry Carlton, Scott Henderson and Paul Gilbert. Just two years later he was already teaching at the Institute himself and playing as a tour and session guitarist in California, including work on projects by Carmine Appice and Randy Jackson. After five years his residence permit expired and he returned to Europe.

In 1993 he teamed up with keyboard player Ralf Hildenbeutel to set up the ambient-meets-guitar project Earth Nation, which a year later caused a stir at the Montreux Jazz Festival. In the following years, Deml evolved into a sought-after session and live musician. He now has over 300 sessions to his name – including work for Kingdom Come, Nena, Rick Astley, Snap and Laith Al-Deen. He has also toured with Saga, the Rödelheim Hartreim Projekt and Simon Collins, to name but a few.

To date, he has released five studio albums with Errorhead – the last being the awesome "EVOLUTION" (2014) – plus a live album and a concert DVD. He has also lived out his passion for jazz rock in the Electric Outlet project.

Zacky was born in Greece and started drumming at the age of ten and recorded his first CD with the band "Attack" in the year 1989, which was sold international. He recorded two more CDs before he joined the band of John Hayes (the guitar player of "Mother's Finest"). In 1996, he was in Los Angeles as a guest student at the MI (Music Institute), 1998 he recorded as well the "5000 Watts" CD.

In the year 2000 he played with the band "Fair Warning" as a support act for "Staus Quo" and afterwards they did a tour in Japan. After the tour he joined the band "Soul Doctor" and recorded three CDs with them. Another tour in Japan followed, succeeded by two european tours and lots of festivals.In 2002, Zacky played a world tour with the afghan singer Farhad Darya.

2005, with the swiss singer and actress Mia Aegerter, Zacky also played a tour in Germany (together with Ronan Keating) and Switzerland, followed by some festivals. Since 2004, he is the drummer of the "Helmut Zerlett Band", which is famous for being the Band of the "Harald-Schmidt-TV Show". 

Karsten Stiers - Vocals

Karsten Stiers gehört zu den Musikern, die auf der Bühne in einem fetten Energiekegel stehen. Dieser Sänger ist immer "ON", legt sich ungern auf Bewährtes fest und probiert mit seiner pregnanten und facettenreichen Stimme Neues aus. Das darf er bei Errorhead, soll er auch und – wie er versichert – darauf freut sich das Kaschterle sehr. Also besucht ihn und uns auf der Errorhead-Tour im Frühjahr 2014 und bringt alle eure FB-Freunde mit.

Frank Itt

Frank Itt started playing Bass very late at the age of 18. Fortunately he had the chance play in a Blues-Band already one year later. At the same time he and his british friend Marc startet their first band called The Touch. Two years of rehearsing and some personel changes eventually led to their first record deal. After this band splitted, only the vocalist Terence Trent D''Arby made it with international success. In 1985 Frank was offered to play with Jennifer Rush in her Tour-Band.

In 1992 he was engaged by Jasper van't Hof for his Afro-Jazz-Band PILI PILI. In 1995 germany's leading Fusion-guitarist Michael Sagmeister asked him to join his Quartett with Hedrik Soll (Keyboards) and Michael Küttner (drums). They worked together for three years. In 1996 Frank founded a band around the german Rock-Comedy-Singer Lotto King Karl which he produces since 1998.

In 1998 he expanded his musical horizon and started to work as a producer as well as a sound-technician. Since 2002 Frank is a member of Errorhead.